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121 megapixel shot of Earth. Not a composite. One shot. Gorgeous.

This is THE definitive image of planet Earth: Satellite captures all of our globe in one stunning, 121million-megapixel shot

This magnificent image is a portrait of the Earth taken in one single shot. At 121 megapixels, it is the highest resolution image of the planet ever and was taken by the geostationary Russian weather satellite the Electro-L.

The largest single-shot photo of Earth ever taken.  Photoed from 22,369 miles away by Russian weather satellite

This 121-Megapixel Photo of Earth Will Make Your Jaw Drop

121 megapixel photo of earth, taken from miles away by russian weather satellite elektro-L No.

New Weather Satellite Sends First Images of Earth Follow @GalaxyCase if you love Image of the day by NASA #imageoftheday

New Weather Satellite Sends First Images of Earth

This composite color full-disk visible image was captured p. ET on Jan. 15 using several of the 16 spectral channels available on the Advanced Baseline Imager. The image shows North and South America and the surrounding oceans.

How To Build A QFH (Quadrifilar Helix Antenna) to Download Images From Weather Satellites » TinHatRanch

How To Build A QFH (Quadrifilar Helix Antenna) to Download Images From Weather Satellites » TinHatRanch

Rasulzade, Азербайджан Enhanced Weather Satellite Map - AccuWeather.com (RU)

Rasulzade, Азербайджан Enhanced Weather Satellite Map - AccuWeather.com (RU)

The U.S. Is About to Get Much Better Weather Satellites - Scientific American Oct 2016 They will provide four times better image resolution and five times faster coverage

Is About to Get Much Better Weather Satellites - Scientific American Oct 2016 They will provide four times better image resolution and five times faster coverage

28Dec17. BBC News. A multi-million pound weather satellite is lost after being programmed to take off from the wrong base.

Failed satellite had 'wrong co-ordinates'

BBC News. A multi-million pound weather satellite is lost after being programmed to take off from the wrong base.

The First Pictures From NOAA's Newest Weather Satellite Are Incredible

The First Pictures From NOAA's Newest Weather Satellite Are Incredible

The remotely controlled Sally Ride EarthKAM aboard the International Space Station snapped this striking photograph during a flyover of South Africa on.

Japan’s New Satellite Captures an Image of Earth Every 10 Minutes - The New York Times

Japan’s New Satellite Captures an Image of Earth Every 10 Minutes

Images from the weather satellite’s first official day paint a living portrait of Earth.

At Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 41, an Atlas V rocket with NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, or GOES-R, lifts off at 6:42 p.m. EST on November 19, 2016.  GOES-R is the first satellite in a series of next-generation weather satellites from NOAA.  It will launch to a geostationary orbit over the western hemisphere to provide images of storms and help meteorologists predict severe weather conditionals and develop long-range forecasts.  P...

At Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 41, an Atlas V rocket with NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, or GOES-R, lifts off at 6:42 p.m. EST on November 19, 2016. GOES-R is the first satellite in a series of next-generation weather satellites from NOAA. It will launch to a geostationary orbit over the western hemisphere to provide images of storms and help meteorologists predict severe weather conditionals and develop long-range forecasts. P...

The First Pictures From NOAA's Newest Weather Satellite Are Incredible

The First Pictures From NOAA's Newest Weather Satellite Are Incredible

"These images come from the most sophisticated technology ever flown in space to predict severe weather on Earth.

National Weather Service Director Dr. Louis Uccellini describing new GOES-16 weather satellite information.

Four Ways NOAA Benefits Your Life Today

Four ways the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) benefits your life right now.

The Soyuz-2.1b rocket carrying Russia’s Meteor-M 2-1 weather satellite and other equipment lifts off from the launch pad at the Vostochny cosmodrome

Russian satellite lost after being set to launch from wrong spaceport

The Soyuz-2.1b rocket carrying Russia’s Meteor-M 2-1 weather satellite and other equipment lifts off from the launch pad at the Vostochny cosmodrome

Space in Images - 2015 - 08 - MSG-4, Europe’s latest weather satellite, delivers first image

The satellite, which was launched on July 15 from French Guiana, will send back images of the Earth's surface and atmosphere in 12 different wavelengths once every 15 minutes when operational.